Did you know that The Wall (you know, that Pink Floyd movie) is the perfect film to fall asleep to? Enter the void and strange dreams. The soundtrack is gnarly of course. Then you can bring yourself back to reality here.
You can fix it, just keep going. Having little means more creativity. Don’t be shy.
Unchartered territory every day. If you think you’ve been there before, leave quickly. Now, how about this for a concept: ash grey and honey yellow.
Vagabond orphan misfits. Do you know what freedom feels like? Or are you in a cage of your own making? Sometimes a cage can be a good thing. You can tear it down later.
High pressure. Become comfortable with being uncomfortable. Somebody to love is everywhere, somebody to love is you. I have an exam on public speaking tonight. A dirty martini with Alice at RPM has my name on it when I’m done.
Do you know how to relax? If you don’t, you’ve come to the right place. There are many good days ahead. The other day I photographed a man who told me his entire life story, with all the scary parts included. I’m not scared of anything anymore.
This song is saving me from my almost-depression with its tropical and Sun major vibes, reminding me that today IS in fact the first day of summer, regardless of what this Chicago weather will have you believe. But I hear, too, the blue breeze in the notes, which is better for the character.
“In the dark room, developing photos of you.” 86 in Chicago with dark thunder skies. There is a different pulse here than I remember. Urgent, volatile, exciting. Maybe it’s just me?
They came to me as a collection of cheese-eating disco rodents from London’s fashionable Willesden. Listen to them combining sparse electro beats with other weird sounds. Very The XX meets Sade. But, you know, mice.